|Ecology Emerges: Linda Weiner2 - Shaping San Francisco|
Part of Shaping San Francisco's "Ecology Emerges" series of interviews, in this one Linda Weiner describes her involvement with the northern California chapter of the Sierra Club, her work on global climate change and environmental justice, including some reflection on her own trajectory from social service work into environmentalism.
Keywords: Ecology; climate change; global warming; environmental justice; Sierra Club
|Ecology Emerges: Carole Schemmerling - Shaping San Francisco|
An interview with Carole Schemmerling, cofounder of the East Bay Urban Creeks Council. The interview was in Berkeley at her home, part of the "Ecology Emerges" collection of oral histories, investigating the arc of conservation to environmentalism to ecology, environmental justice and finally, social justice.
Keywords: ecology; environmental justice; Urban Creeks Council; urban waterways; daylighting creeks; water pollution
|Ecology Emerges: Monica Moore - Shaping San Francisco|
Part of the Ecology Emerges oral history collection project by Shaping San Francisco, this is part one of the interview with Monica Moore, co-founder of the Pesticide Action Network.
Keywords: Ecology Emerges; Monica Moore; Pesticide Action Network; ecology; Malaysia; Brazil; Nestles; Bhopal; India; DDT; environmental justice
|Ecology Emerges: Jason Mark - Shaping San Francisco|
Jason Mark, editor of Earth Island Journal and an active farmer at the Alemany Farm in San Francisco, interviewed as part of the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history project. The project documents participants in the ecology movement in the San Francisco Bay over the past 50 years.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; water pollution; urban gardening
|Ecology Emerges: Kirsten Schwind - Shaping San Francisco|
Part of the "Ecology Emerges" oral history interviews covering the last 50 years history of Bay Area ecological activism, from conservation to environmental justice. Kirsten Schwind is a director of Bay Localize, a project spanning a number of ecological intiatives in planning, transportation, community development, urban agriculture and sustainability.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; urban design; regional planning; relocalization; Bay Localize